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Dell Technologies Championship Fantasy Golf Picks

Dell Technologies Championship Fantasy Golf Picks

Dell Technologies Championship Fantasy Golf Picks

The Dell Technologies Championship golf tournament is set for Aug. 31-Sept. 3 at TPC Boston in Norton, Mass. That means it's time to pick your optimal DraftKings fantasy golf lineup. Fortunately, our fantasy golf experts are ready to help. 

Fantasy Golf Picks for Dell Technologies Championship

Here's what our best Dell Technologies 2018 lineup looks like:

Rory McIlroy ($10,600)

After skipping the Northern Trust, Rory's rested, recharged and ready to mount a FedExCup run to salvage a disappointing season and head into the Ryder Cup on a high. He's won this tournament twice (2012 and 2016), adding a T5 in 2014. Rory remains one of the elite ball strikers in the game and has shot par or better in 14 of his last 16 rounds on Tour. He's close.      

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Bryson DeChambeau ($8,700)

Here's some trivia for you: Four players in history have won an NCAA title, U.S. Amateur and three Tour titles before age 25 — Jack Nicklaus, Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods and the mad scientist himself, Bryson DeChambeau. The current leader in the chase for the FedExCup enjoyed a stress-free stroll to the Northern Trust title and stamped himself a virtual lock for the Ryder Cup team. His peculiar brand of golf alchemy might not be your cup of tea, but it's working right now. He's fifth on Tour in SG: Total and 14th in Scoring.     

Billy Horschel ($8,100)

The 2014 FedExCup champ has found something of late, shooting four rounds in the 60s to finish T3 at the Northern Trust. Finished T2 at TPC Boston in his Cup-winning season, and his muscle memory seems to be kicking in at the right time. Eighth on Tour in GIR and 18th in SG: Off-the-Tee.  

Brandt Snedeker ($7,800)

We're giving Sneds a mulligan even after his Thursday morning withdrawal from the Northern Trust left us in the lurch. He's playing too well to ignore (if his back spasms were just a one-time thing, as we're assuming). Snedeker has a win, a T8 and a T3 among his last five appearances, and he still has a shot at becoming only the second two-time winner of the FedExCup.  

Aaron Wise ($7,600)

The South African rookie has had a weird year. He followed up a T2 at the Wells Fargo and a win at the Byron Nelson with five straight missed cuts. Since then, he's sandwiched a T6 at the Bridgestone and a T5 at the Northern Trust around a missed cut at the PGA. Still, that's two recent top-six finishes against two of the best fields that golf can muster, and that's good enough for us this week. Wise can get the ball in the hole with the best of them (10th on Tour in birdie average).    

Keegan Bradley ($7,200)

Bradley gets a do-over from us after shooting himself out of the Northern Trust with a final-round 78 that came on the heels of a third-round 62. Four rounds of splitting the difference between the two this week would suit us just fine. Bradley's seventh on Tour in Strokes Gained: Tee to Green and has made 17 of 19 cuts in 2018.